Is the Notepad ++ software not available in the repositories?
What text editor do you use to program?
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ilu wrote: ↑03 Feb 2020 06:42I used to use Geany but for my Udacity courses I changed to Netbeans since I had to do HTML/CSS/JS and needed the integrated webserver. Netbeans is meant primarily for Java developement and depending upon how much integration you need it might be for you too. Get it from the official site, it's still under heavy developement and the version in the repo is outdated. Setting it up is not very well documented but I can asure you that it works well in the end.
For python Geany is a good choice, you can get it from the repo.
UncleSam wrote: ↑03 Mar 2020 15:23I generally use ne (nice editor) in a Konsole for writing text, including programming. It has color-based syntactical formatting when writing code. When I'm writing plain text, I start it with $ne -no--syntax so that it skips the color-based formatting. Try it; you might like it. I use kate when I want to do word wrap because it wraps text faster than I could doing it one line at a time in ne.
One feature I like in ne that is not found in other editors is macro programming. This means you can program a sequence of keystrokes to take place when you press a certain function key. This makes indenting or un-indenting sections of code very easy.
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sam@solydk1:~$ apt-cache madison kicad kicad | 5.1.5+dfsg1-2~bpo10+1 | http://deb.debian.org/debian buster-backports/main amd64 Packages kicad | 5.0.2+dfsg1-1 | http://deb.debian.org/debian buster/main amd64 Packages
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